Partial letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (c.1924)




[[MS 2750/255/42]]


[This is the third and only remaining page of a three-page letter]




once to send you £80. On Dec. 1st I would send you another £120. Any balance to be paid - presumably publishers' expenses for advertising &c. - I would pay on Jan. 1st. If I dont [sic] hear from you on the subject I shall assume that these arrangements are good enough.


I was in the chair last night at the first Labour Party meeting ever held on Lord Curzon's Estate.


Yours | Norma Leys [signature]


Cheque for 50/- enclosed, being 1/- on 50 copies as your commission.

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Partial letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (c.1924)



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This letter is missing a salutation and parts are lost. Leys informs Woolf of cheques he will send. He also discusses being chair of the first ever labour party meeting held at Lord Curzon's estate.


Handwritten letter signed by Leys